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Volumes in the collection: 'Here, look after him': los niños, refugee children from the Spanish Civil War
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Full text:[...] Nurses on the quayside at Southampton escorting girls from the Habana, May 1937 [...]
Full text:[...] The teacher put me into this compartment and said, 'Here, look after him.' And there I was, and I don't recall what happened on the journey until I arrived in [Glasgow]... As I arrived at that station [...]
Full text:[...] 1937-2007: The 70th anniversary of arrival of the ninos in the UK On 26 May 2007, children gathered in Southampton from as far away as Venezuela to commemorate the seventieth anniversary of their arr [...]
Full text:[...] Memories of North Stoneham "I can remember getting off the boat and getting on a coach with the Salvation Army greeting us. And we went to the campsite in Eastleigh, which was incredible really. When [...]
Full text:[...] The Basque Children of '37 Association UK (BCA) was set up in November 2002. The BCA aims to: — Reunite the nihos of the Spanish Civil War who were exiled in Great Britain in 1937 and who did not ret [...]
Full text:[...] 'Here, look after him': los ninos, refugee children from the On 23 May 1937, the SS Habana docked in Southampton. The ship was carrying some 4,000 children — los ninos — from Spain, fleeing civil war. [...]
Full text:[...] Evacuation and arrival in Britain: the camp at North Stoneham Once it had been agreed that children could be evacuated to Britain, the Basque Children's Committee was created to co-ordinate their car [...]
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